The Dance of Death.

London: George Bell & Sons [Chiswick Press], York Street, Covent Garden, & New York. Mdcccxcij [1892]. 8vo., pp. [4] (half-title p., limitation p., title-p.), 18, plus the facsimile reproduction of the title-page "Les Simulachres &c..." Lyon, MDXXXVIII, and 49 plates with facing text. Original printed brown wrapper, untrimmed. Several magazine articles slipped in, and a letter “N” cut from Holbein’s Alphabet of the Dance of Death, affixed to a slip of paper with a handwritten description. Edges slightly bumped, overall a good copy. With the bookplate of Virginia Hobart. Number 54 from a limited edition of 100 copies on Japanese vellum.Reprint of the 1538 edition, “impressions from the blocks engraved in 1833.” OCLC 859424411 (Item Id: 108047)

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